Summary: The phone has a lot of features on it like music player, gps, web, etc. You can't use this phone with a Mac computer. The music upload is cumbersome because if you don't convert to a specific file format it will eat up all your memory and then the sound quality is okay for head phones but awful if you play on stereo or your car. Not to mention the upload of music to your phone will create duplicate songs or just not upload.
Take a close look on this phone at retail store before placing your order.
30 May 2009
Summary: I was attracted by its wonderful function/camera and had read lots of articles with good comments about this cell phone. After my loved Siemens SXG75 got stolen at a gym last month, I ordered this one as a replacement. While the phone was on the way, I visited a retail store and took a close look of the N82. And I found that the too small key pad is difficult to press by my already thin fingers. I asked the store clerk how to dial numbers on this phone.
Summary: The N82 is the best value for feature set you can ask for. It can do everything, even talk skype to China (over WiFi). But in the end, with a heavy heart, I had to return it. The keys were too too small, it was just unbearable to use.
Summary: i have it by from months now, and battery life after 3-4 weeks has so worsened that it has lost the capability to be usefull, even setting in the minimum task regime. no 3g, no w-lan, no radio, no mp3, no maps, no pics, turned-off in the nighttime, and it lasts only 1.5 to 2 days. admire it but make another choice! personally, i'm going back to my lovely reliable se k750i.
Pros: 3G, great 5 megapix cam, rich-apps contacts list, design